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The Observer. Vol. III., Nos. 5, 6, 7. Published by S. F. 
Bigelow, Portland, Conn. A monthly of- pages, 11 x 15 in., 
full of valuable matter to all lovers of nature. 

The Taxidermist. Vol. L, Nos. 10, 11, 1892. A twenty 
page monthly at 50c a year. Published by C. F. Mignin, 
edited by E. W. Martin, Akron, Ohio. Contains many good 
articles on general ornithology, and excellent hints to tax 
idermists by men eminent in the profession. 

Ornithologist and Oologist. Vol. XVII., Nos. 4, 5. Pub- 
lished at $1.00 a year by F. B. Webster Co., Hyde Park, 
Mass. Always full of valuable matter and fresh notes. 

California Traveler and Naturalist. Vol. I., Nos. 3, 4, 
5. Published by N. L. Hertz & Co., Napa, Cal., at 35c a 
year, with premiums. It is bound to succeed. 

Sports Afield. Vol. IX., No. 1. $2.00 a year. Published 
by Claude King, Denver, Col. A 100 page monthly, inval- 
uable to sportsmen, containing many fine articles on gen- 
eral science. 

Descriptive List of Fishes of Lorain Co., Ohio. By 
Lewis M. McCormick. Contains a systematic table of 24 
families, followed by short, comprehensive descriptions of 
89 species found in Lorain Co. ; 14 plates add value to the 
work. A carefully made map of the county is a very 
valuable aid in locating the places mentioned in the text 
from which certain species were collected. It is a contri- 
bution to the ichthyological literature of Ohio. 


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